Campus Recreation

Sport Clubs

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Wright State women’s club bowling team hitting their mark

Welcome to the Wright State University Sport Club program. It is our pleasure to provide you with competitive and recreational opportunities to meet your every need. Whether you are interested in an existing club or would like to form a new club, there is something available for everyone. Don't hesitate—get involved.

Sport Club Mission

The Sport Club program provides the opportunity to university students for recreation, competition, and instruction in a variety of active pursuits. Each club is responsible for its own governing and organization, allowing for student leadership development and growth.

Sport Clubs

The list of sport clubs evolves each year. If there is a sport you we don't have, please contact us so we can try and get it started! Here is a list as of May 2020 (PDF). 

Please note that only clubs with dedicated web or public facebook pages are linked here.

Sports Club Council

All sport clubs are governed by the Sport Club Council (SCC) which meets once a month to aid established and forming clubs. Sport Club Council acts as a training ground for its officers as they are required to accept the responsibilities involved in administering sport clubs in the University and the community.

Sports Club Council Meetings

The Sport Club Council meets monthly during the academic year. A representative of each club must attend each meeting. Times are subject to change; please see the schedule on the Sport Club Council page

Sports Club Manual

For a list of policies, how to guides, and Sport Club information please use the Sport Club Manual (DOC).

Sports Club Council Fundraising

Please register your Kroger Rewards card to help earn cash for SCC through Kroger Community Rewards. This will not change your rewards you earn and will help earn cash for the SCC. The money will be distributed to the Sport Club Council Excellence Fund. This fund will be used to reward clubs financially that do excellent things such as Community Service, Campus Service, Fundraising, Qualify for Regional or National Championships.

Participant Forms

Each participant must complete the forms located on the Sport Club Council Engage page. High-Risk Clubs must also have a physical examination and medical history form completed by a doctor. High-risk clubs are competitive cheer, competitive dance, football, gymnastics, ice hockey, Mixed Martial Arts, lacrosse, and soccer (men and women).


Each participant must complete the payment process for each club. Please select the club you have joined and begin the payment process.


Contact Information

For more information on sport clubs, stop by the Office of Campus Recreation located in 039 Student Union or email us at